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The 2012 grand-scale epic about Batman's struggle to overcome the terrorist leader Bane, as well as his own inner demons.

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Well for instance, the scene where Gordon-Levitt is loading the kids onto the bus whilst on the bridge and the old guy says 'There's nowhere to go, it's an atom bomb' (not audible throughout the whole scene). What's interesting about this scene however, is that Nolan shot it in IMAX (as you can tell by the camera noise and the noticeable difference in quality), however in the film we get this particular shot cropped to the 2.35:1 aspect ratio with the remainder of the bridge scene shots in the IMAX aspect ratio (presumably to make the shift in aspect ratios less noticeable). The noise that can be heard is almost identical to what can be heard in a select few scenes of Interstellar and is very similar to the sound of a 1570 projector running. With all this said, I like that it's been left in there, either on purpose or by accident, because it reminds us of the challenges of shooting in such a large format.
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